hypocrite


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a person who practices hypocrisy

Synonyms for hypocrite

a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives

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Cameron is the biggest hypocrite of all for imposing lower living standards on staff in the NHS, education and other vital public services.
If Russell Brand is a hypocrite, R we need more like him.
Russell Brand has unwittingly started a new hashtag trend after he was called a hypocrite by The Sun.
Columbus Citizens Foundation President Lawrence Auriana Brands Spielberg Hypocrite for Violating Filmmaker's Professed Moral Code
Lo was back to their neighborhood, calling her a hypocrite will be boycotting her show.
DAVID Cameron was branded a hypocrite last night for sneaking into a retail giant on Small Business Saturday.
Stating that Australians were in no position to complain about opponents who wait for the umpire's decision as they themselves did the same thing, Chappell said that no one likes to be called a 'cheat', adding that Lehmann is being a hypocrite in calling all players who do not walk a cheat as they would include himself also.
The ad shows a restaurant's menu with three entrees: "The Front Group," "The Hypocrite," and "The Investigation.
There is nothing worse than a hypocrite, especially a hypocrite in denial of their own party's failures.
Because of his actions, my term for him is hypocrite.
You don't have to be a Christian to be a hypocrite.
Fletcher is a hypocrite and he should be ashamed of himself.
TORY leader David Cameron has been branded a hypocrite after launching a fierce attack on Tony Blair's decision to invade Iraq.
His wrong is illegally using his government position, not being gay or being a hypocrite.
Joseph Mulcahy, 56, formerly of North Lodge, Chester-le-Street, was jailed for five years at Newcastle Crown Court in December 2003 after Judge Guy Whitburn branded him "a liar, hypocrite and thief".